From the most expensive unit to the building’s most unique space, the Tribune Tower Residences are full of surprises. Before you buy, here are three things to know about living at the former home of the Chicago Tribune.
Prices at the Chicago landmark starting in the $700,000s, but only go up from there. Residential options top out at around $7 million, with the priciest 22nd floor unit including four-bedrooms, dramatic windows and soaring ceilings.
Of course, the amenities are outstanding. The building includes a golf simulator, plus a gym and spa topped by meeting rooms, a landscaped courtyard and event space. A higher level of the building also includes an indoor swimming pool, sundeck, and outdoor terrace.
If you’re looking for spectacular views and a truly unique space, head to the building’s 25th floor lounge. The Crown Lounge is a private rooftop with spectacular 360-degree views of the city.